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Hunting dogs wait for their masters to have a spot or two at the Flask Inn, near Whitby, Yorkshire, England, April 6, 1952. The dogs will be r…

In an effort to keep costs low and to conserve human resources during World War I, a flock of sheep was brought to the White House to keep the…

President Calvin Coolidge and Grace Coolidge, the first lady while he was in office from 1923 to 1929, kept a menagerie at the White House, in…

President Theodore Roosevelt kept a lengthy list of animals at the White House. In his family’s care were horses, dogs, a hyacinth macaw, kang…

President Herbert Hoover had several dogs during his tenure at the White House, from 1929 to 1933, but few appeared to attract as much attenti…

This study of President Lyndon Johnson was made as the Chief Executive stood at his White House desk, Oct. 6, 1965 in Washington with his whit…